I wanted to post a video of one of those big, clumsy beetles repeatedly flying into walls and doors and screens and never crashing, just bouncing off. How in the world do they stay airborne?
But I couldn’t find one, not even close: so here are Cole and Marmalade chasing a moth. I would just as soon they didn’t catch and eat it. I am not keen on the idea of eating moths.
[Thanks to Susan for this video.]
What would possess this woman to introduce herself by saying, “I’m Whatsername, and I use she/her pronouns”? I mean, is that really the first thing you think of when you meet somebody–I wonder what pronouns she uses?
The cat isn’t having it, though. Long live the cat.
This is a very funny collection, even though a couple of the clips have appeared in other compilations. Plus we have dogs and puppies on hand in a supporting role.
Let’s face it, cats do some really funny things.
What was the funniest thing one of your cats ever did? I’m in the mood for anecdotes!
Here are cats behaving very badly. Why? Tackling toddlers–that’s not nice. And imagine trying to do your homework and a tree falls on you–courtesy of your J.D. cat.
Don’t worry: this black cat doesn’t topple the aquarium.
What a pity that we can’t remember the things we thought and felt when we were babies. Like, our first interactions with the family cat–what were those like?
Well, the baby here is a sealed book to us, but the cat is pretty easy to read. He’s confused. And wait’ll you see what happens when he tries to cover it up by playing cool.
Do babies ever go “Heh-heh-heh!”?
Oh, fap! I thought this was going to show cats and kittens doing police work. That’d be great. Imagine getting busted by a cat.
But no–it’s just cats and kittens under covers. See if it makes you sleepy.
For those of you who are still awake out there, please! What is this cat trying to say in his sleep that he couldn’t say while awake? It’s probably terribly important!
The toddler wants to hold the kitten, but doesn’t know how. The kitten cries. Mommy-cat has to take charge of the kitchen without knocking down the toddler (which she could easily do). Don’t worry–she’s up to the challenge.
How old were you when you first discovered you had… ears? Was it a shock? A thrill?
Here is a cat at the moment of discovery. “What the heck are those pointy things up here? Do they come off?”
Louis XIII was never entirely convinced that he had ears.
The people in these videos might have saved themselves some trouble if they’d only made up their minds to let the cats hold center stage. Admit it–you’d rather watch the cats anyhow.